have as child

Have as Child -ę-

 

anyęˀah        my child (daughter or son), addressing my child

[an-yen-en-ah]

a-         ?

-nyę-    verb root – have as child

-ˀ          stative aspect

-ah       diminutive aspect suffix

 

šęˀąˀ             You have her as child; your daughter.

[shen-en-an-an]

š-         2nd person singular agent + feminine-zoic singular patient – you – her

-ę-        verb root – have as child

-ˀ-         stative aspect

-ąˀ        diminutive aspect suffix

 

humęˀąh      He has him as child; his son. OR She has him as child; her son.

[hoo-men-en-anh]

hum-    masculine singular agent + masculine singular patient – he – him

feminine-zoic singular agent + masculine singular patient – she – him

-ę-        verb root – have as child

-ˀ-         stative aspect

-ąh       diminutive aspect suffix

 

umęˀąh       She has her as child; her daughter.

[oo-men-en-an-anh]

um-      feminine-zoic singular agent + feminine-zoic singular patient – she – her

-ę-        verb root – have as child

-ˀ-         stative aspect

-ąh       diminutive aspect suffix

 

hayǫmęˀąˀ             He has them (m) as children; his children.

[hah-yon-men-en-an-an]

hayǫm-            masculine singular agent + masculine plural patient – he – them (m)

-ę-                    verb root – have as child

-ˀ-                     stative aspect

-ąˀ                    diminutive aspect suffix

 

iyayǫmęˀaˀ            She has them (f) as children; her children, daughters             [ee-yah-yon-men-en-an-an]

i-                      partitive

-yayǫm-           feminine-zoic singular agent + feminine-zoic plural patient– she – them (f)

-ę-                    verb root – have as child

-ˀ-                     stative aspect

-a                     diminutive aspect suffix

 

kęęˀah                   I have them (ind) as children; my children

[ke-en-en-ah]

kę-                   1st person singular agent + indefinite patient – she – them (ind)

-ę-                    verb root – have as child

-ˀ-                     stative aspect

-ah                   diminutive aspect suffix

 

Child: -žaˀah- (noun)

hažaˀahah            he (is) a child

[hah-zhah-ah-hah]

ha-                   masculine singular agent – he

-žaˀah-             noun root ‘child‘

-ah                   noun suffix

 

yažaˀahah            she (is) a child

[yah-zhah-ah-hah]

ya-                   feminine-zoic singular agent – she

-žaˀah-             noun root – child

-ah                   noun suffix

 

yažaˀahawastih       She is a good, beautiful child.

[yah-zhah-ah-hah-was-teeh]

ya-                   feminine-zoic singular agent – she

-žaˀah-             noun root – child

-a-                    joiner vowel

-wast-              verb root – be good, beautiful

-ih                    stative aspect

 

 

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